Who won the Brit Awards – and where to see them live in 2024

Find the full list of winners and see if they're coming to a venue near you

It was a record-breaking night at the 2024 Brit Awards this weekend as RAYE scooped a whopping six awards – beating Harry Styles, Blur and Adele’s shared record of four.

The south London singer won both Best British Album for her critically lauded My 21st Century Blues and Best Song for the 070 Shake collaboration ‘Escapism’. She also took home the awards for best Artist, Songwriter, Breakthrough Artist and R&B Act.

Thankfully for some there were a few more shiny awards to take home, not least Kylie and Dua Lipa. Take a look at the other winners below, and where you can find them performing throughout the year.

British Album, Songwriter, Artist, R&B Act, Breakthrough Artist and Song of the Year: RAYE

With a list of awards so long they almost didn’t fit on the page, RAYE is rightfully this year’s talk of the town. She brings her dazzling, timeless show to The O2 in March, before a slot at Reading & Leeds festival in August.

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Rising Star: The Last Dinner Party

The band on everyone’s lips, The Last Dinner Party are rising through the ranks like there’s no tomorrow. The band bring their baroque indie-rock to a handful of festivals this summer before a deadline UK tour from September.

Alternative/Rock Act: Bring Me The Horizon

Last summer’s headline performance at Download represented BMTH at their all-time high, and this award surely reflects this. No dates have been confirmed yet, but with new album “POST HUMAN: NeX GEn” out in the summer, hopefully it won’t be long before they’re back on the road.

International Artist: SZA

Still in the glow of her massive smash hit “SOS” in 2022, the alternative R&B star has recently been added to American Express presents BST Hyde Park. Joined by the likes of Sampha and Snoh Aalegra, the Brits’ Best International Artist headlines the summer show on Saturday 29 June.

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Pop Act: Dua Lipa

The only category in which RAYE was nominated but didn’t win, she can no doubt concede that few have the global pop power of Dua Lipa right now. There are currently no UK dates for 2024 announced, though with new single ‘Training Season’ following last year’s hit ‘Houdini’, it’s surely only a matter of time…

International Song: Miley Cyrus – ‘Flowers’

Reaching 1 billion streams before any other song, this record-breaker from the inimitable Miley was undoubtedly one of the biggest tunes of 2023. It’s a song about looking after yourself, but hopefully we can show the singer some love later this year.

International Group: boygenius

Phoebe, Lucy and Julien caused a stir over here last year with their massive Gunnersbury Park show, as well as releasing one of the albums of the year with “The Record”. However, all three recently confirmed they’d be going on a hiatus to return to their solo careers, so it will likely be some time – if ever – before you can catch the supergroup live again.

British Group: Jungle

These smooth operators have been brightening up rainy British summers for a decade, so this accolade is well-deserved. They play a series of outdoor and arena shows this summer, including The Piece Hall and The O2.

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Hip Hop/Rap/Grime Act: Casisdead

In the last year the masked and anonymous Casisdead has grown from a niche enigma to one of the country’s most in-demand rappers. His set at Parklife this summer is one of the festival’s most anticipated.

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British Dance Act: Calvin Harris

The Scottish superstar bagged his third Brit to add to the collection. He headlines the final night of TRNSMT festival in July.

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Producer: Chase & Status

Another dance act who need no introduction, Chase & Status’ 2023 epic mixtape 2 Ruff Vol.1 no doubt cemented this award. You can also catch the duo at TRNSMT festival this summer.

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Global Icon: Kylie

The word icon is too often bandied around in the world of pop, but no one can argue the status of Kylie Minogue. She’s one of this year’s BST Hyde Park headliners – don’t miss a day of feel good hits on Saturday 13 July.

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